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    • Anonymous

      The "lumenflowers" look like bulbous, overgrown poppies. The poppy is a flower which was associated with cthonic / lunar / goddess worship from deep in antiquity: see for example wikipedia's article on the "Poppy Goddess" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poppy_goddess Moreover, the celestial emissary and his mob buddies all have round, bulbous heads, just like the lumenflowers. Their physical similarities, along with fact that you find a bunch of them clustered together in the garden, suggest that there is some connection between the lumenflowers and the celestial emissaries - perhaps the flowers have the power to transform people into such creatures? Of course, 'lumen' is Latin for 'light' - do these plants offer some sort of eldritch enlightenment to those who partake of them? "Poppies... poppies... poppies will put them to sleep... sleep... now they will sleep...!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RG2keYgBiZc

      • Anonymous

        The first thing that came to mind when the aliens were coming out of the garden was that this is a reference to classical alien stories and corn fields. I could hear them going "whhoooooo ooooohhhhhhhhhhh ooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh, we're coming to probe yoooooouuuuuuuu." Why were there no cows and UFOs

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